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To be employed as a licensed vocational nurse (LVN), individuals must pass the National Council Licensure Examination for Vocational Nurses (NCLEX-PN) in his or her state of residence. All 50 states require the graduate to pass the NCLEX-PN to work as an VN. Individuals should contact their state board of nursing to determine the specific requirements needed for Licensure.
- To become a Certified Nursing Assistant/Nurse Aide (CNA), individuals should contact their state board of nursing or in Texas contact the Texas Department of Health and Human Services to determine the specific requirements needed for certification.
- To become a Certified Medication Aide (CMA), individuals should contact their state board of nursing or in Texas contact the Texas Department of Health and Human Services to determine the specific requirements needed for certification.
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Texas Health School is accredited by The Council on Occupational Education, COE, a national accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education.
Texas Health School is approved and regulated by:
- Texas Board of Nursing, Vocational Nursing Program
- Texas Health and Human Services (THHS), Nurse Aide Training Program
- Texas Health and Human Services (THHS), Medication Aide Training Program
- Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), Career Schools and Colleges
- Texas Veterans Commission, Veterans Education
Texas Health School Massage Therapy Program is approved and regulated by:
Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR), Massage Therapy Program
Texas Health School:
Is certified by the United States Department of Education for participation in Federal Title IV Student Financial Assistance Programs
- Provides educational training services for the Workforce Investment Act (WIA)
- Is approved for training of veterans and other eligible persons under Title 38 including VA vocational rehabilitation programs
- Is an approved vendor of the Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS)
A copy of the schools accreditation, licensure, and approvals are on file and available for review upon written request to the School President.
The mission of Texas Health School is to provide quality educational programs that prepare its graduates for employment in their specialized field of allied health.
The programs emphasize hands-on training that are relevant to the requirements of the employer community and focus on areas that offer long-term employment opportunities. Specifically the School’s objectives are:
VN PROGRAM MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of Texas Health School’s Vocational Nursing Program is to provide quality education to a diverse student population that will contribute to the profession of nursing by practicing competent, safe and responsible nursing care. Nursing education’s primary goal is the development of a practical nurse with a strong theoretical base as well as competent clinical skills and sound clinical judgment. The program emphasizes hands-on training necessary for skill competence, a structured decision-making model based on rationale for quality patient care, self-evaluation and reflection in the promotion of professional development.
SCHOOL HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION
Texas Health School was established in Houston in 2002 to provide specialized training programs needed to address the increasing demand for skilled healthcare and professional office workers.
Texas Health School was established in Houston in 2002 to provide specialized training programs needed to address the increasing demand for skilled healthcare professionals. The school began classes in 2003 at 10565 Katy Freeway then moved to 11211 Katy Freeway during the summer of 2004, and in 2019, relocated to 11511 Katy Freeway to a larger more modernized facility. This location offers easy access from all areas of Houston and the surrounding communities. The school occupies approximately 12,000 sq. ft. on the second floor and additional space is available for future expansion of the programs. The school is designed to provide an optimum learning environment for students. The facilities include a computer lab, two nursing skills labs, a medical lab, two lecture rooms, and a massage clinic classroom. The classrooms and labs are supplied with equipment and instruments related to the specific academic program of study and provide for practical training simulations. The administrative and faculty offices are located in the northeast quadrant of the school. There is a student lounge and internet access is available throughout the school.
NON DISCRIMINATION POLICY
Texas Health School will promote equal opportunity and fair treatment for admission to, and access to its programs and activities to all persons. The institution does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, marital status, or physical handicap (except where such conditions constitute a bona fide occupation qualification necessary for proper and efficient administration).
Placement opportunities may be limited for those students who cannot perform the essential functions of a job. Students with disabilities are requested to submit written notice of the specific need to the School President and allow the school to evaluate the request and provide any reasonable accommodation.